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230: Alli Worthington | There is No One Size Fits All Mother
Alli Worthington | There is No One Size Fits All Mother
Alli Worthington’s goal is to help women live the life they were created to live. She lives outside Nashville with her husband, Mark, their five sons, and the only golden retriever who refuses to retrieve.
She’s a popular Christian women’s speaker who travels the country sharing her humor, practical advice, and encouragement. She hosts The Alli Worthington Show and brings us friends she loves, experts to learn from, and coaches listeners in life, business, and faith.
Alli built her business in 2008 after her family went bankrupt with $42, a broken laptop, and millions of Google searches. She is now a sought-after coach and consultant who has helped individuals, small business owners, and Fortune 500 companies be more successful.
Alli’s no-nonsense, guilt-free take on motherhood, parenting, and balance led to appearances on The Today Show and Good Morning America.
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Do you ever feel like you’re constantly searching for the perfect way to mother your children? Does it seem like no matter how hard you try, you can’t find a one-size-fits-all approach that works for you and each of your children? It’s frustrating, isn’t it? The truth is, there is no book (including the Bible) that is perfectly tailored to teach you how to parent each of your children. Yes, there are guiding principles, but learning to ask the question, “What do I need right now?” and “What does my child need?” will help you be the best mother you can be today.
My special guest is Alli Worthington
Meet Alli Worthington, mother of five boys and successful entrepreneur. Despite facing financial lows and everyday challenges of motherhood, Alli managed to build her business on a broken laptop, $42, relentless determination, and a lot of prayer. Juggling the care of her children and the cultivation of her budding business, Alli has mastered the question, “What do I need right now?”
Alli began following Jesus later in life, which has provided keen insights into the intersection of faith, culture, and motherhood,
In this episode, you will be able to:
Discover impactful practices to harmonize your work-life and family responsibilities without compromising on any.
Grasp the importance of prioritizing your emotional health and integrating self-care practices into your routine as a Christian mother.
Confront societal and cultural expectations imposed on mothers, thereby aiding you in how to best serve and delegate in your role as mother.
Gain insights into nurturing emotionally secure and responsible children able to face the world with resilience.
“I think a lot of women, God will put a calling on their heart to do something, to build something, but there’s so much guilt with what if I take minutes for myself or money for myself, and it should go to my children. But because I didn’t have the financial luxury to have those thoughts, I never felt guilty for it.” – Alli Worthington
“When women have children and then we continually put our needs on the shelf….When we let ourselves shrivel on the vine, it is our children and our family that pays the price because we end up resentful.” – Alli Worthington
“We need self-care that is going to help our souls.” -Alli Worthington
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